Last Saturday saw the end of Sen. Pete Kelly's latest attempt to hand the judicial branch over to the whims of politicians. The proposal showed a tremendous misunderstanding (or willful neglect) of the separation of powers.
As the Key Grip for “Unnatural,” a horror film shot in Fairbanks, Jonathan Huff ensured that scenes were well-lit, properly rigged, and safe.
All the news you might have missed, or might have been hiding from. Here are this week's monsters underneath the bed.
More than a decade of gaffes should do more than clue the public in on Senator Pete Kelly. It should be a wake up for the Alaska GOP.
Aaron Worley's design, selected as the winner of the 2014 Midnight Sun Logo Contest, has been described as "uniquely Fairbanks."
What do conservative bullying, marijuana, bitcoins, rockets, and shopping carts have in common? Nothing, but they're all in this week's News Roundup.
The longer someone lives here, the more amazing stories they have to tell. In this edition of Alaska Nuggets, Mike Byers recollects the summer his dog almost caught a serial killer. Kind of.
Need a buddy? Check out our weekly feature of adoptable pets and events surrounding pet adoption from across Alaska. Maybe you’ll find a friend to bring home.